Today you'll meet two Sacramento blues legends, Charlie Baty and Rick Estrin, better known as Little Charlie and the Nightcats. This month is their 30th anniversary playing together. Today they play live and unplugged on Insight. NPR's president Kevin Klose joins us in studio to talk about what's ahead for public radio. We'll also ask him about an unexpected profession he held before taking the reigns of public radio's biggest network. Topics: Charlie Baty, Rick Estrin, blues legends, Kevin Klose, KXJZ, Sacrmaento Public Radio
SENECA AT A CROSSROADS: Large Scale LPG Storage vs. Tourism, Wineries, Peace and Quiet - Watkins Glen, NY. ; A Forum to inform the public about how out-of-state Inergy LP plans to store hundreds of millions of gallons of LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) in salt caverns right next to and under Seneca Lake. They also plan to store nearly a hundred million gallons of very salty Brine in a 14 acre open pit on the steep slope above the lake.
Tom Hayden, Jerry Rubin and Eldridge Cleaver speak at the Yippie Pre-Erection Day rally on the University of California, Berkeley campus on October 30th, 1968. They talk about the current political situation, and student issues. Topics: Rubin, Jerry., Cleaver, Eldridge, 1935-, Hayden, Tom., Student movements -- Berkeley (Calif.).,...
WBAI's Janet Coleman speaks with Yoko Ono by phone about her latest album, Blueprints for a Sunrise. She talks about how the events of September 11th, 2001, the women's struggle and the experience of war have informed her creative process. Source: WBAI